Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 4k: Real or Fake?
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is essentially real 4k shot at 6.5 and 3.5k though upscaled. The film also features HDR, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision providing brighter, deeper and more lifelike colors. This movie will take full advantage of your 4k TV and even look better when viewed at a lower resolution when using the 4k disc/digital copy. The release to home video was on September 18, 2018 with a run time of 128 minutes. The disc includes a selection of special features and bonus content.
UHD Main Feature: 2160p Ultra High Definition 16x9 2:39:1 with Dolby Atmos and English 7.1 for sound. The Special Features are not in 4k and don't support HDR.
About the Film
Time has passed since the horrific escape of dinosaurs into the park of Jurassic World. Things are looking grim for the animals as volcanic activity has risen with an eruption set to happen at any point. Claire teams up with Owen once again to try and save these creatures prior to them becoming part of the cooling lava. It'll take some quick jokes, lots of action and some crazy moments to make this happen. There are also darker characters at play trying to snatch what dinosaurs remain to sell them at some black market. Cloning questions return, so does the iconic beasts you remember for the second entry of the rebooted trilogy.
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